The Ocala evening star.

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The Ocala evening star.
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Newspapers. -- Ocala (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Marion County (Fla.)
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Volume \ Number 47 OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, J905 Fifty Cents a Month, $5 a Year

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Thomas A. Edison Says He Has Perfected 2 yi We meet every Physical and Moral Filth Abound in ,: HERBERT A. FORD President

Our Beauty Barrel Snaps, ; a Practical Storage I II | N, Monday. the Crescent City-Rough j I GEO. H. FORD, Vice ,President.

ZuZus, I I Battery iI | A far' evening at Si j Treatment of Refugees !1 F. WATSON, Cashier. -

Lemon Snaps, I, During the past five years Mr. Thom- I Ii i; b is / o'clock and ex-1 I H. Edward Milner, a refugee from!

as A. Edison' has been working upon II i ii tend a cordials New Orleans, has reached Cincinnati. )

Uneedas and Natiscos. i j. a pattern of new storage battery, for | welcome to all and Tuesday's Enquirer contains the'!

the propulsion! of motor carriages. Ai. following interview with him: CENTRAL NATIONAL
-\LSO- visiting breth
few days ago he announced that the | 'After nine years' residence in New!

Shredded Codfish I battery had been perfected, and thathe ren. Orleans we have left it forever," said i
W C. Lindsay, C. C.Haxter '
i would erect a plant for its manu- I Mr. Milner. 'It is the filthiest and :
C.irn. K. of R. and S. I
Canned Syrup, I I fai ture in large numbers. The newluttery. II worst graft-grown in the United
Mr. Edison says is no smaller i States. We sold out lock stock and i OF OCALA.
Luncheon Cheese
Royal than the old one. but it weighs only! GENERAL CARNAHAN DEAD I barrel and have come to make our I .

Olives Stuffed with Celery, I! about: half as much, and needs!'! to be I home in Cincinnati. Xew Orleans isfilthier I
: renewed only after eight of ten years'use He Was Commander of the Uniform' than was Havana under Spanish J. K. CHRISTIAN R. L. ANDERSON

And a Full Line of Assorted whereas the old type must be re- Rank K. of P. rule, for I was there for two! Directors GEO, M.cKAY.HERBERT ED HILLER.

Canned Meats and Vegetables need each year or two. Acceptingthe Indianapolis. August 4.-General months and know whereof I speak. As I A. FORD. GEORGE FORD.

statement at its face value-and Carnahan commander of the Uniform to graft. Philadelphia isn't a circum- R. S, HALL.
Mr. Kdison's reputation is such as to Rank Knights of Pythias, died yesterday stance. The tax payers have paid out

AT THE TEAPOT GROCERY prevent him from making a premature at his home in this city. The, many millions of dollars for the bet-

innouiH-eineiu of this sort-the general was among the leading men of terment of the city, but much of it

or has taken a long step in the inyeflt-I the Pjthian order in the United States.I has been squandered and passed into I

t tion of popularizing electric motor carritgts. the pockets of the politicians.- HOUSE FURNISHINGSOur
I i The lack of a light and l' ng- NOTICE OF SESSION Concealed the Conditions
lived battery has held l hack: both the
TO BUY A development and use of electric auto- 'This yellowfever scourge seems 4
vehicles. Now that the want has beensupplrd Ocala Lodge No. 851, Benevolent anti like retribution. Some of the p"ol.If'1 j
stock of Furniture and House
!i it is reasonable to assume that Protective Order of ElksIegular are leaving without luggage and yeta I! Furnishing

i {| electricehicles will be cheaper andbrttrr stranger entering the city would null'

i I than ever before, and that atlrater i 'on :2nd! and sessions 4th know that the plague was abroad. ,!; Goods is second to none in the StateEVERY
number of them will come into Those who have to stay make light of
I Tuesdays in each '
,Million use. the danger.: The facts have been conrealed. -
I month. Visiting i
brothers cordiallyinvited. The fever has been there since j') KIND OF FURNITURE, RUGS, MAT- NESS OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES, LAP ROBES,
the third week in and there haw!
__ I been over !&00 cases. All classes are,
t ;
Too much care cannot be used} with.: contracting the disease; even the negroes. '
mall children during the hot weather : Most of the cases' have: been !in
"f the summer months to guard against :i ioowel the Italian and French quarters belowCanal ; FLOWERPOTS BUILDINO PLASTER, LATHS
troubles. As a rule it is only !street but four cases were reported | ; ;

Do You Want ToSell necessary to give the child a dose of I Regular monthlymeeting ODj I in the fashionable section whenwee | ; TRUNKS, VALISES, SUIT CASES, ETC.; HAR CHINERY OF ALL KINDS.

castor oil to correct any disorder of Ft. King I left :::5aturllaf' had been in I II .

:' the bowels. Do not use any substitute, i Camp Woodmen I Vicksburg on a visit until a week ago,)

Rent or Buya but give the old-fashioned castor oil of the World, in I i and did not know of the fever until we: Deep well drilling, contracting and building of all kinds done
got Lu'k.'f': were not in the infected
null see that it is fresh as rancid oil the hall )

House, Store, nauseate and has a tendency to gripe. ser's store.over Friday PeyO o h district however. Our home was seven I. under responsible guarantee. Write us for prices and esti-
miles in one direction and five inanother
j If this does not check: the bowels, give

Lot, or Farm? Chamlierlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Officers everiing..1ug.particularly ll-. Wu, from any reported case \ mates on anything you nee.MOIVER&MACKAY.

Remedy and then a dose of castor Mississippi's Restrictions
iuestd! to be present All visiting
Do You oil. and the disease' may he checkedi
Want to I su.r..ignsn'kom.. 'We were badly tr'eatedYhn :
i ito! incipiency and all danger avoided. '
i Chas. K. Sage. Cleik.Tulul.i passing through Mississippi we were
Insure Life The castor oil and this remedy should
not allowed to raise the windows, and ;,
be produced at once and kept ready for
Lodge, Xo. the only ventilation we had was thro' ,

Limb or Property? [instant: of use any as bowel soon as trouble the first appears.!indication ":Ji1-1' t.- v(}. "_ I-),-.. I. O. O. P., I the narrow screens at the bottom of i: ::: tAL.A: : : : FLdRIt>> ::) .
i J. ., w I the windows. Two women who raised ];
THEN LOSE NO I'i This is the most successful treatment!II ....,_...JJ. JI.- i meets every Tuesday 'I windows were taken from the train. ,j
known and he relied with ]
may i
upon evening in Yonge's Hall. dining'
They would not let us go in the ]
SEEING confidence, in train was stopped at every station and
TIME implicit even cases ofj!
J. H. Spencer, X. G. ini
A who coach
car. lady got on our '
'holera inf.tntum. For sale by the:' showered on the outside with formaldehyde WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE '.OF
Royal role, Secretary.Sunday Alabama with her child had laid in i I
DITTO & MALONEY 1'o.stoffice Drug-stoie. I will back up Governor Varda- ,
I a surplus of food and shared it with
man in his attitude toward New Or- !
cream. Why make .ne or : us. We did not have any fresh water
-- - MRS. EVANS WONIn ( leans. When some of the ladies show- ,
two quarts? We sell it in a much nicer! 'i nor a bit of ice from Meridian to I
ed their faces at the little screens formaldehyde i| HARDWARE !
form in one and two-quart lots. Will I Chattanooga, a distance of 300 miles.The "
: Suit for $12.000 Against the Atlantic was squirted at them:
MdVER M&GKAY keep all day. Leave us your orders Saturday only thing to drink was wash wa I I
) Coast Line I II
morning. Anti-Monopoly Drug- ter. Albeit we got such rough treatment :
_ Mrs. Elizabeth Evans of Lakeland: store. through Mississippi, where our:!I WAS WASTING AWAY |II
FUNERAL DIRECTORS l-'l.i.. was successful yesterday for thethird I I I f fi'I Stoves. Heaters and Ranges. Every Kindjof

I I time in getting a big judgment )I I "I had been troubled with kidney disease WIRE FENCING
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UNDERTAKERS : agaiiiMt the Atlantic Coast Line Itail- for the last five years," writes

way for the death of her husband.! The: 1 i Robert R. Watts of Salem, Mo. "I lost

and jury. after being out for two hours aUd'i THE MONTEZUMA flesh and never felt well and doctored PHOSPHATE TURPENTINE and

EMBALMERS ;, .1 half, found in her favor for $l.OuO.The :: : with leading physicians and tried all, ,
suit has been tried twice befoie < I remedies without relief. Finally I tried!

Fine Casket? I i resulting the iiist time in a verdict for Foley's Kidney Cure and less than two I MILL SUPPLIES.

$:llIU", and the second time for $iUUtr.'l'he bottles completely cured me and now I

and Burial RobesAll ..;; J.plaintiff( a the contractor widow of of Polk Mr I am sound kidney and irregularities well." During are the summer often- Sash Doors. Blinds and Glass. Farming and Garden Implements of all KindsHAY

"ount)'. Florida, who was killed by an caused by excessive drinking or being
Work Hone by Licensed Em : engine of the Savannah Florida and overheated. Attend to the kidneys atum'e

balmers and Fully Guaranteed: Western Railway Company at Lakeland oy using Foley's Kidney Cure.,
;: -- i iJ Sold by the I'ostoffice Drugstore. ,
on the night of October 3, 1M: :9. ,
1t$ ; ,44't i
The engine backed over him and killed. !: iI

him instantly. Mr. Leans: was 52:: years A LEGAL OPINIONAt i

old at the time of his' death and ituas 1 i

shown that he had a reasonable jfXIectanry j a duly called meeting of the Ocala

4A\ { of life of 19.6S yeais. lIe. ;} l f (T Bar held in Ocala Fla.. on August 3,1'
was earning $50 a month. The widow 1 1I } I-- .' f x' 190: the following proceedings were! _
rued for0.000.:: ( | had.
I I .3 _
3 The trial that ended yesterday was Meeting called to order.Mr. >! J y

begun 'I'u..slaIIf week before last. O. T. Green was elected chair-,
stud has Lt't-II'in progress ever since. !' man; Mr. L. \\'. Duval was elected sec-1'

.t xn-pt on Fridays. There were many retary. Thereupon the following res- ,

witnesses introduced by each side .. .. ,. j olution was offered: j r
Mrs. }-;\'allsa!'! present throughoutthe : Resolved That it is the opinion of

trial. The defendant and the the members of the bar of Ocala, now,

J plaintiff both had non-resident witnesses !I LEASED FOR TEN YEARS. assembled that the office of ('ounty'''

Coruoat."Too. and the expense{ of keeping judge Marion county, Florida should1 PRESSESTedders

them was considerable. The railroad ;\ ; be filled loy a lawyer, for the reason

j company has been to great expense iui i iI Best Year-Round Hotel at Two Dollars a Day in Florida 'that such position requires( a full and

Fast"Our i Iltf..ndingand appealing{ the suit. iI ,. complete knowledge of law. It involves Mowers, Rakes, Knife and
I The plaintiff was represented. by ; the settlement and managementof
Twiggs and Oliver and Kppes Tucker j EAT the estate of the widow and orphan.It Tool Grinders and a Complete Stock

carriages and "other things on ":Sl(.. while Hon Walter n. Charlton ,, is a judicial position in many caves!

wheel run so easily and smoothly\ andV. I... Clay. //-:011": appeared for the j fquul in authority with the circuit of Repairs for Both

that the drivers must needs hold in I railway .company.Savannah News i i COL. V. J. SHIPMAN Proprietor. court and in many important branches

their hoises frequently to comply with .\U,ust 3. I of the law has exclusive jurisdiction..' DEERINC 7SND: McCORMICK

sprat regulations. It's a good fault This is the suit in which Mr. J. H. There is no particular branch of the
not hard to contml. Pneumatic tires!I Sj-encer of this city was an impor- -- -- -- profession that requires' as complete a'

ball-bearing axles and other modern taut witness. knowledge of law as the practiie in '

deices put our output in the front| I this court '
rank lIt public opinion-our prices do G. B. Burhans Testifies After Four' Which lesolution. being duly second- MARION HARDWARE

the rest i i Years 1 Is Your! Haihroom Modern[ ? '-,!1. was passed. Thereupon, there being -
no further business! before the

S. A. STANDLEY & CO. O. H. P.urnhans of Carlisle Center, XY. i I YUU t amino: !K..\e too main.' >J:.gUJrJ:> ?;ur t.e, health SO kppof w= niretuig.the: : same adjourned. SUCCESSORS TO HUBBARD & MACDUFF

-- ---- ----- ., writ..sLout: four years ago I lentiv:; and :ct:!, cFcciai: .\ the gruwiil lhiren.: : O. T. Green t'hairman.
wrote stating that I had been W Duval
you entirely L Secretary. ; -- --
cured of a severe kidney troubleby Bad or antique plumb-j
Perfection! i
Canopies !
taking less than two bottles of Fo- ing is as ciaiigeroLa to the5'1

-. lev's Kidney Cure. It entirely stoppedthe .. .J health as good or modern: GRAVE TROUBLE FORESEENIt BUGGIES !, BUGGIES !
'.... ?-',:, bri -k-dus-t sediment, and pain and ( _..!!...t L\f plumbing L> cne;'.tl ial.
-, \ i,-eds but little foresight to tell
:") .' sxinpioins of kidney disease disappear 5. The cost ot'renew:'np! .\,.tr
I .\ .\ FlV" # wh-n your !stomach and liver are
y r7 : ed.! 1 am glad to say that I have never hq' badiruomh "I tandarf,1'L (
.",, ., \ > f : o ;'ilaft" ted. grave trouble is ahead :
ft:2st: ;\.....:',, ',;\ had a return of those symptoms during ''- \ }.. :' t \\'are will. in reality be*..- You take the proper medicine fory ,I II
: "-.I ,,\ the, four years that have elapsed and ..;: } health ,,,,. 'I
t ( ;;.,1ai .. T a':uranee.We "Ur disc-< : as Mrs. John A. Young
:" \ I am evidently cured to stay cured andheartily =; ': r _
IIi X Y.. did.: She says: "I hadiur.ili.
\ \\" ';'. -; t! recommend Foley's KiJn..yl'ur" ifmK'>: r- .'. hate Camples in
v- ''''' : 0 j- > ,. stomach, !
: '> .,; rr' rf.2 .. ": i of the liver and myr.i't 1
how and :
''; to any one suffering from kidneyor our ? room :
II 4"'h.. 1 11t. weakened and I could not;I
-- ;, ,. .;. t: bladder trouble." Sold by the Post- --.. : : : gladly! : quote }ou prices. !II I II
-- -at I was very bad for a long I
1t. .. office Drugstore.
: tout in Electric! Bitters I found just

4'r:' ./ ,/' R. E. YONGE & CO. \\hat I needed, for they quickly rcllev1 I

..... .-_ --.w. '; {' 7" MARTEL PICNIC -, and i ured m<-." Best medicine for I,

_SII..!" jl'A''C'4
Il.tmmock. near Martel. August l:. a ---- i-':. the mi-Monopoly Drugstore ar 50
The best on earth for either iron or picnic, under the auspices of the Mar :IS Jt bottle.SUMMER .
wood beds or children's cribs. Most tel Kpworth league. Cold drinks will

durable sanitary and time saving.Ve be sold on the ground for the beiient of TOURIST RATES :

are headquarters for everything in the League.! If You Need VIA ATLANTIC COAST LINEIf tea.
beds of bed fittings, from the canopyto m

the springs. Our prices are always WAR AGAINST CONSUMPTION
) right Money c) you contemplate: visiting! summer
All nations are endeavoring to chtk"u resorts see ticket agents Atlantic

McIVER & MacKAY r.i\.iges' of consumption the "white c Coast Line an:3 get all informationwith P tc tt

-- i-'. .U"" that claims so many atimsear. S Call at UNCLE SAM'S PAWNSHOP reference to rates, routes, sched-

.I. II \ Foley's Honey and T.,: ules and Pullman service Summer -
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE lime coughs and colds perfectly andwpm I !'t 'r You .an get the most liberal: loans on your DiaI. tourist rates are now in eifect to 5'1'
RICHMOND are in no danger of consumption I. \\.Itc'il",!'. Jewelry. Furniture Tuuls :aM all the principal resorts throughout the Special sale of the Rock Hill Buggies Open. 55; Top. 165 to |76. NOM

/s OF MEDICINE, G A. I I'o not risk your health by taking some 'I Vtl; ; Kirnis of 1' Property.UNREDEEMED country, with return limit October %1. finer or more durably built; none cheaper for value. Call on

1 b oarte in MEDICUE. SURGES,OBSTETRICS unkn..Mi, preparation when Foley's ; PLEDGES FOR SALF Rates have been announced to all
u4 the SKCUUTIES ; alio DElI1Snr and rUBlucr Hm.ey+ and Tar is safe and certain in l fiZ:;' All Business springs mountain and seashore resort?.
Lecture Hall,Laboratotirf,Hospital and Di.pcnu- } Strictly Confidential T. W. SMITH & CO.
tici amply equipped tot lucceiaiul IeKhIJl le-sults. Ask for Foley's Honey and I ri W Y s'i je-:,- M. RUBIN, Proprietor. For the first time round Mp ticketsare
k.eMq Teachers. High tecotd before State Boards. Tai .md insist upon having it. Sold ":. .. -- j_ now on sale to resorts in New Enz- ,
Far 14Vpit( fiulofuf 8 write i THi PROCTOR. I I by the Postoffice Drugstore i i =-,,t? 14 North Magnolia St. Ocala, FluflJ .Und territory DEALERS IN GENERAL HARDWARE, OCALA FLA. ....



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Mr. Sumter Bullock has received the I notice with regret an article appearing :; There were 54 new cases' of fever in
L BITTINGER & CO. appointment of justice of the first, or in the Daily Banner of August;:; j J I New, Orleans yesterday and five deaths.

Ocala, precinct, vice W. O. Wald re- + Total number of cases to date, 43:*: Clothing Sold at The
4, referring to the resolution passed by j
C. L. Bittingtr and R. R. Carroll signed. :Mr. Sumter Bullock has every I BANKERS ..1..athI..

! I qualification for the office. the bar me.-tairg in Ocala on August 301 j I If no new cases develop, the cordon

Proprietors and Publishers. The first proposition( the writer advances \ around the solitary fever locality in

is that there is an unfriendly ; West will be raised tomorrow.A .
Ocala Florida )
feeling of the people toward the profession i jt I I suspicious case has appeared in i

Editor and General Manager and that this is a growing j Texarkana. Ark. BOSTON STORE
you want to read something! new I

and interesting, just peruse the salvage feeling!;; also, that the action of th..1 j LOANS. DEPOSITS. I

R. R. CARROLL, bar in passing the resolution will intensify I!
sale advertisement on the opposite POISONS OF FOOD
: this feeling. I beg leave to.!
City Editor and Business ManagerThe
page, just twice as big as it was yesterday CONSERVATISM( ACCOMMODATIONTHE
I take issue with the gentleman on this ; .
and telling of bargains in every I Perhaps you don't realize that many
I proposition.In: I SATURDAY AUG. 5 "
Star on several occasions has line. I pain poisons originate in :your food, buts ,

noted the effect judicious advertisingban I the days of ignorance, t..t'forE.thp ;j day you may feel a twinge ofdyspepsia

REWARD $100 school master was abroad and every BUSIEST BALLOT !
in securing winter residents, that will convince you. Dr.
I of had its daily and I
Instanced the success attending Or town important BOX IN TOWN IS AT King's New Life Pills are guaranteedto -ANDMONDAY -
will be weekly when the majority'were !
The readers of this newspaper
lando's efforts along this line for several paper cure all sickness due to poisons of

Reasons past. In confirmation of pleased to learn that there is at least uneducated those days there i!: undigested food-or money back :25c.I .
the good work done by Orlando we +I one dreaded disease that science has was a feeling of prejudice against the T W TROXLER'S I I at the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Try

quote from a recent letter from fr'l i been able to cure in all its stages, and lawyer. But in this enlightened age. i them. AUG. 7.

Philadelphia that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is it would be very hard indeed to find j ,! ,
H. C. Packham of Ocala I
the only positive cure now known to any [>erson so I ignorant or so bigoted ;j Here is where you can cast a I'
and Cape May Point, :0 : j half vote with a drink of soda. BLIND TIGER
toward the legal
the medical fraternity. Catarrh beinga as to feel unfriendly |
"In letter to Mr. Mclver I told
my The little votes count because there j
j of this i
profession. The history country
him about the boom of interest there j I constitutional disease, requires con- of them. They Mike A.'pinwall.! marshal of Baxley,
Hall's Catarrh shows the place the lawyer has occupied ate so many more j
appears to be in this section of the j stitutional I with and I Oa.. was assassinated yesterday by A.
Fla.lEverybody Cure is taken internally, acting directly in making its history, and nolawyer come greater frequency ] I II
North for town of Orlando, : J. Chesnut. I doing
4he | soon multiply into the thousands. COMMERCIAL BANKOCALA Possibly you are now -
i upon the blood and mucous surfacesof will fear that the p..opltart" t !l ,
who has heard anything I Chesnut was crazy drunk. He was j
'' yet; busy and vote here for your
the system, thereby destroying the li'oingto; attempt to do away with him. I business at his bank.If
be I II $ .
from your state seems to posted favorite in the great I pursued by armed citizens badly I
foundation of the disease, and givingthe The second proposition!" is! that if it FLA. I
about and intent on visiting that borough I wounded, captured and lodged in jail.
patient strength by building up the is necessary for a lawyer to be county 0 so, very good. If not,
Only this morning I. found a | When he recovered his senses hej I
it is also that a lawyer LIBRARY CONTEST.Seats Branch Commercial Bank JacksonvilleHY
constitution and assisting nature in doIng judge necessary ,
friend and his sister who are going 1 j said: "Blind tiger whiskey brought me I wouldn't it be well for
its work. The proprietors have so be justice of the peace. In reply you
have ,
they ( I
there this winter though to this:

never visited it before. On the other I much faith in its curative powers that ; to this I would\: io'l'Ithat it would if i: fur all voters and a council v ROBINSON, President, I to start an account with us.

One Hundred Dollars for better, but owing to the necessity j I
hand, there is but one family here who I they offer room for you to devise your Nothing on the Market Equal toChamberlain's S. H. BLITCH, Manager,

knows anything about Ocala and last any case that it fails to cure. Send for ha\'ingjust- \'f'S of the peace in difff'r'I''I' line of battle. Don't go away I Wltha1Y.tndantcapitatanciII

list of testimonials. ent places in the county, it is Colic, Cholera and I J. C. BOOZER, Assistant Manager '
advice, two
winter, on they spent
weeks at the Ocala House, and were Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. possibility to have this place filled by j Without Voting tor Your Diarrhoea RemedyThis with the best of facilities, we

Sold by Druggists, 75c. a lawyer in every instance. The office CAPITAL, $100,000 II
delighted with the town and its people Favorite ?.t fact is well known to druggists to
Take Hall's Pills for consti- of county judge, involving its probate are prepared give you
and I think they would go again Family everywhere, and nine out of ten will Surplus and Undivided Profits, $37,- ,
matter, cannot be c'compared with theoffice ..
this winter if they could get an up- pation. give their customers this preparationwhen 885.37 i superior service.
of justice of the peace.I You
to-date furnished house, not neces- rROXLEfgS.UNDERTAKER the best is asked for. Mr. Obe I,
SENATOR LEE DEAD might as well make a comparison between ,
sarily a large one and' they are able Witmer, a prominent druggist of Jop- i
the office of circuit! judge and
I and willing to pay a good rental. But State Senator George M. Lee of Lake lin. Mo., in a circular to his customers -

writing of Orlando, I do not know whatit county died suddenly at his home in that of justice of the peace.The I I says: "There is nothing on the ,

has to recommend it above Ocala, Leesburg Thursday.The next proposition is, if a judge market in _the way of patent medicine I
must be a lawyer, so also should" congressmen !- EDWARDS BROTHERS
or what it has done to be so well advertised I which equals Chamberlain's Colic
legislators et al. There
but it is certainly as well question of the "wet or dry" Cholera. and Diarrhoea Remedy for !
I differ with the gentlemen. His- :
known as St. Augustine or Palm 1st purely with the voter. If the pro- again -M.D-* I bowel complaints. We sell and recommend -
tory shows that the safest and most! At THE CITY MARKET
Beach and I am very much mistakenif hibitionists secure enough qualified voters this preparation:' For sale by !,

it won't be taxed next winter to to sign their petition calling a ('onsf'r'atimE.thod of trying cases is! EMBALMERSWe the Postoffice Drugstore. I II

accommodate its visitors. I think "wet or dry" election the county commissioners by jury. The jury is much less liableto \ II I Wholesale" & Retail Butchers
err in regard to facts than the judge. I ISo I Leading
Ocala had better send a delegation are by law bound to call the NEGRO DESPERADO KILLED I Ii
it is when it to law-making. I
down to Orlando and learn what they said election, but until that time arrives mines have two Registered Un- i --- i II
It is better that those who arc a*>- ,
have been up to. Yours truly the Star refuses to publish com- Embalmers. Near= Louisville, Ark.. Yt-st..rda.1 '
with the minds of the peopleof dertakers and I
11. C. Packham. munications on the subject except at Hlark Tracy, a negro desperado who in :

It is the old, old story of letting the 5 cents a line, no matter whether, the I their the different different communities walks in life and sbnw.jmakf' with All work entrusted to our the previous ten days had shot five.

II article is for "wet" or "dry.", and par- H persons: two fatally, was killed by asheriff's < CELERY AND ALL OTHER VEGETABLES IN SEASON.
rest of the world know are in existence will and I
you in their the laws than an assembly!" composed care receive prompt
ties who are sending communications arse. I
and Orlando has taken the unless money accompanies entirely of lawyers and so in skilled attention. All embalming p II I FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 109 '

method of advertising their time relation to the governor and congressmen. ;:; '
modern and up-to-date the articles, are spending
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There is a great deal of difference fully guaranteed. A CURE SCIATICA I ITIt'
her attractions. She is reaping and mentality in vain. Already, if the

Star were to attempt to publish the between the executive and judicial stock of Caskets and
the fruits of her efforts, as, for several office. splendid ". W. L. Riley, L.I. D., Cuba New !i
articles received, they would fill seven
years, that town has spent several I. columns a dayIf the election is I The writer also states that the actionof Burial Robes carried at all I York, writes: "After fifteen days of excruciating i BARGAIN TIMEThe

thousand dollars in sending out a neat call-I the bar in this matter is without pains from sciatic rheumatism
sides' '
ed and the respective :
and attractive booklet. The result was precedent. In so far as I know he is times. under various treatments, I was !j
ventilate their views or make their arguments -
that the leading hotel of the place, the i correct to this extent, that where bar induced to try Ballard's Snow Llni-I
in the Star, they can do so
San Juan had an average of over 300 I meetings have been held heretofore OGALA FURNITURE CO ment, the first application my AT
at so much a line, and in no other
persons during the season, and all the they recommended! the appointment "fone ,I first relief and the second entire relief.
It is a question upon which each
small places of entertainment, Includ- way of their members to the judgp- lean give it unqualified rt'commf'nda-I|
voter should make up his mind as to I Phone No. 10. Night phone Xo. 94.BURNETT .
ing private boarding houses, were filled ship. This has .been repfatedly! donein tion. 2c.t 50c. and $1. Sold by all ) Ocala Steam
how he will vote, and that is what the I Laundry
to their limit Orlando is a very pret- regard to the circuit judge and the druggists
proprietors of the Star will do.
ty and attractive city, but not more present holder of office who has -n-

so than Ocala and if Ocala desires j i+ -- dorse.1 Mr. Harris' candidacy, received THE INTERSTATE WAR

winter residents she must spend money .I DANGEROUS AND UNCERTAIN the endorsement! of the bar for that Between Mississippi and Louisiana
in letting the outside world know I'I For sunburn, tetten and all skin and office. I
very continues to raJ'tTht' Ixuisianians
she is in existence and would be pleased scalp diseases, DeWitt's Witch Hazel |) I
The next statement i is that the conclusions have captured one of Mississippi'ssteam
to have those who desire a winter I I Salve has no equal. It is a certain + I
of this bar meeting are riotshared ---
I THE TAILOR : launches and shut the crew upon i
home to come and see us. cure for blina. bleeding, itching and ,
by the other and larger number -
I I a diet of baker's bread and gumbo

protruding piles. It will draw the fire I of lawyers of the city. I take issue i I soup. Governor Vardaman has ordered jut j
out of a burn and heal without leaving Will into his NEW
"Dr. Porter had a very distinguishedvisitor uMin| this proMisition.| There wortthirteen move .> more troops and bought a box of ,

last night in the person of Professor a. scar. Boils, old sores, carbuncles practicing l lawyers in the city STORE building on ',: 3-caliber cartridges.

John Gulterez of Havana one etc., are quickly cured by the use of .
Uh. rest of them being away) and notice Fort Avenue Turpentine Operators
King on
of the leading yellow fever authoritiesin the genuine DeWitt's Witch Hazel was served on all of them of this

the world, member of the Fever lIa-1 Salve. Accept no substitute, as they I meeting, as is shown by their signatures i or about PLEASANTLY EFFECTIVENever : ,

vana Board, and head of the are often dangerous and uncertain. attached to the call. Of this i I

for contagious diseases. Professor ) Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. number I know of my own personal AUGUST 1ST.1 iii the way, no trouble to carry .I ATTENTION !
II easy to take, pleasant and never
Guiterez was accompanied by his wife, knowledge, that three who did not attend -
in results DPWitl's Little
failing are I
whom he is taking to Hot Springs Va., MONTEZUMA ARRIVALS the meeting on account of providential -
Early Risers. These" famous little pillsare
for the summer. He will return to !i or prudential reasons have expressed See his fine line of piece certain guarantee against head-1

Tampa in four days, however, and n. A. Petteway, Leroy; P. T. Randall, I the" opinion oj>enly and publicly !j for cloth- a +
goods summer I ache, biliousness, torpid liver and all !
main in the city for some time, re-I Connor; H. W. Long, Mattel; W. R'I that the office should l.e tilled by I
of the ills resulting from constipation.They .
The Standard Naval Stores
ing Dr. Porter and local authorities Piles, Courtney: Tom Johnson, city; a lawyer. I have been toM that another ,I ing.J Company Jacksonville,
I tonic and strengthen the liver.
the assistance 'essary.-Tampa J. W. Alspaugh Winston N. C.; K. member of the bar, who wa. notified -

Herald.Dr. Denmark, Monetta, X. ('.; H. ('. Denmark of the meeting and who was'! fill II Burnett.Merchant I Cute jaundice. Sold by the AntiMonopoly I: Florida, is now prepared to contract with independent
I J Jerry Drugstore.John
.. Barse. .
Higley Tampa .
Guiterez will be remembered as ; ; I to attend has so expressed himself.Of I

S. A. Standley, H. D. Derick, city: E. the ones who were absent from the I producers and will pay flat Savannah prices for Rosin -
the physician in charge of "Camp De Tailor. H. Patterson, the head man of j
I, Yida)', Crystal River; R. B. Clark, I and state, five in number. have I

tention" on the St. Marys river, Ga., Rock Springs; J. M. Meffert. Lowell; city heard! two of them state that the office I I IW. the Dayton 0.. 'ash around Register the has and Spirits Turpentine delivered at either Jacksonville -
just completed a trip
during the yellow fever epidemic in Fred Meffert, Lowell; C. F. Venable. '
should be filled! by a lawytr. I
Jacksonville in the summer of 18S8, Center Hill: W. L. Gable, Lakeland; Again the statement is made that C. BULL and is desirous to meet all his employes or Fernandina. Free of storage, insurance or commission -
and their friends. About lO.OoO
and among those who have a lively P. R. Lester and family, Florida the'purpose ;' .
not accomplish
the resolution
recollection of that distressing periodis intended. Ida in number will tender him a lunch. ,I charges. We are also prepared to make liberal
which it
the wife of the editor of the Star, HERBINERenders for was '' Contractor and The one item alone of chicken will tip i I,

who spent a month in the camp as a not think the writer is a prophet. I i Builder -- the scales at five tons to say nothingof 0 advances. Investigate our methods of shipping in tank
the bile more fluid and thus Whether this accomplishesits .
luou hams, etc. This would throw a
refugee from St. Luke's hospital force,
Jacksonville helps the blood to flow. It affords purpose remains to be seen. j jNow. !i Quick and careful estimates made. I I shadow over the Oxford fea!'t. cars-it will save you lots 01! money. For further information
this article
prompt relief from biliousness, indigestion having replied I to i I
I Los 64, Ocala, Fla.
and I will add that I regard the writer of
sick and nervous headaches, ,
-- apply
The Oxford picnic and barbecue today over-indulgence in food and drink. the fame with he kindest feelings I

was the greatest success, numerically G L. Caldwell, Agt. M. K. & T. R. jiersoial-" -. I is a man whom I would) ; salve that heals without a scar I Ii

\ when the state of the weatheris R., Chect.tah, Ind. Ter., writes, AprilIS tie gl d t( see fill any office for which I A&lffisAnd i is DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Noremedy I

considered, that ever was known. It his t aiding has fitted him-the officeof I W
IS, +13: "I was sick for over two years effects such ;:Iot'ehrelief. It I NAVAL STORES GO

rained all yesterdayafternoon; it rain with enlargement of the liver and go -einor-and by his service" to his 4 draws out inflammation, soothes, cools )

ed this morning, and at 11 o'clock there to his PtlI'm.I\ to his country A
j spleen. The doctors did me no good, part} REPAIRS and heals all cuts, burns and bruises

was a perfect downpour, yet, with all and I had given up all hope of l being ]l.e i is entitled to recognition. No I A sure" cure for Piles and skin diseases.I j!

this fully 800 people lined up by noon cured, when my druggist advise me man in his profession stands higher as GO 10 e1Vitt's i is the only genuine Witch !} Jacksonville, Fla.

when" the editor of the Star took the of the oM"pt. if not the oldest. editor -
to use Herbine. It has made m lItzt'1II"t' Beware of
train for home. The train ,
coming and well." 50c. Sold ball drug i ists. of a newspaper in Florida.: He has
:Sold the AntiMonopoly
they are: dangerous. by j
north to Oxford was packed and fullya ''
maintained a high standard of thought. The jeweler. '
: Drugstore. |
hundred persons debouched there- ST. AUGUSTINE EXCURSIONWILL and. as he states!" has done everythinghe .
I i
from, mostly ladies and children, from could against any class feeling. His I
stations south of Oxford. Notwithstanding personal! : interest i in this matter hascarrird :| SAWMLL! FOR SALE WATCHES OF WORTH

the wet weather Chief Rube him outside of his usual even. We have an enormous line of har- |
view of the order of Dr. J, Y. For sale cheep if taken at once, our ,
barbecued the meat and the ness, much of it particularly suited to
Perry fair-minded line of thought and hascaused
Porter, State health officer of Florida, ; sawmill outfit; 15/'W feet B. M. ca-
committee, whom Jack the summer season; summer laprobes, I
among were be and unfair in
to unjust
directing the railroads not to operate pacity. Call on or address W. D. Bobbin In choosing such a constant companion as a watch, one should b. careful
and Riley Driggers. got their teams his criticism of the gentlemen of the Red-lick Fla. fly nets, whips, umbrellas, canopies, i

and transferred the meats from the excursions between points in the state ,. bar who certainly had the right t..1 j etc. Fit our your horse and buggy at to select the best, and to buy only at a store that guarantees every watch:
of Florida until further advised, the I '
pits to the Union Packing House near take this action. There is not a member I COLUMBUS BUSINESS our store. You can't do better. Mej+II'j sold.
Atlantic Coast Line announces that it
the depot, and at 1 o'clock the crowd of the bar who could step into anewspaper SUICIDE' Iver & lacKa; ), There is no store hereabouts that can show you a better assortment of
will cancel the excursion that it has ; MAN'S j jF.laiiihard i I
had as fine a dinner as anyone could office and conduct its editorial reliable movements and fine cases than: you may choose from here. Our guar.
advertised for St. Augustine, August F. Marehee. of i
I The Manufacturers' Pure Food and I
wish to eat. The committee is satisfied and general manag'f'I j
8. Should Dr. Porter withdraw this department to' antee goes with every one of course.
Columbus Pajx-r < any, at Cu- ; Industrial Exposition, which was
that with clear and sunlit
a night
ment with anything like the ability |
this order, it is probable that this excur- Iambus. <;a.. .it-i; a prominent man inj: have opened in Jacksonville November We have an extremely fine stock of chains to go with the watchesbothmen's
sky morning :2000? people would that he does. It would. indeed be: presumptuous -
sion will be arranged for a later date. "U"I1-ss jT. :,.s.;: iiinminsuicide ,
has teen postponed until January and women's. We and
have been present.J. for member of the bari i I : carry fully recommend Simmons' watch chaina---
J. S. Hartsell. Div. Pass. Agt. y-t-r 'l_i. No; L1t;-- is .1""I_n..d for 4-14, 1905. to permit new exhibitors to
of Ocala.: without hu'ingi..n'ed a longapprenticeship the best known high quality, gold filled chains made.
Tampa, Ha. the ? oj come in. Loren H. Green a former,
W. White's'raternal Record of in n..wlfoar""rork.. i". I
Ocala boy. but now one of the prominent -
Jacksonville for is
July desk
on our well fitt-i
claim that he was equally I

and is one of the best numbers ever BROKE GROUND FOR BUILDINGSIn to run a newspaper a. he who has devoted ;; READ THIS ; insurance men of Jacksonville is

Tampa yesterday ground was the vice president of the exposition.RHEUMATISM A.
presented to its readers. It seems his life! to thM particular line ..r E. BURNETTNEW

that Mr. White excels himself as each broken for the buildings of the Florida I business. I do not think that any fair-1: :M"lnl. _\\.1.\ frVb. 16. 1S99.

month rolls around and a new issue of I State Fair. W. J. Carter has the con minded man. who has any knowledge l ,' Dr. K.V.. Hail.t.\ l>.ui?. Mo.-Dear
his excellent paper appears. Every tract. \\hat..n.rf the duties i>f the office ofcounty Sir: Vm; :!:g the past;: y...-.r \\e have sold I Iu.r When pains or irritation exist on any
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member of a secret or benevolent or judge will! ;i> ert that the facts' twenty-four dozen "Hall's Great I part of the body the application( of
fraternal order shmt.Le, a subscriberto stated in the resolution\ of the (1cata'i'i Dis.-ov .-ry" for kidney and bladder Ballard's Snow Liniment gives prompt I

White's unequalled Fraternal Re I bar are not correct i! troubles, and during the time have re-t I relief. F. W. Sullivan, proprietor Sullivan SEASIDE INN.
Constant Wearing of a Hat Pro I
cord. As a newspaper man and an o I feel satisfied that there was not a i .-rived no complaint- House.' El Reno O. T.. writes, June

all round good fellow. White stands in pagates Dandruff Germs member of the bar who \.*s present ;at j Yours respectfully I 6. 19f>2: "I take pleasure recommend-

the "blue ribbon" line.No There are many men who wear their the meting ief>n* I Ii
hats practically all the time when personally the frur.d of the writer of ,: who are afflicted with rheumatism. It

one can enter the state of Flor- awake, and are blessed with a heavy the article, and I trust that he will! A TEXAS WONDEROne i is the only remedy I have found that the East Coast ot Florida.

: ida without proving he or she has shock of hair: yet if the scalps of these recognize that fc.- ban been mistaken in i i mall bottle of the Texas WOll- gives immediate relief." 25<:., 50c. and

been in a healthy locality for ten days same men once become infested with his conclusion.:. I &m palli :e3 that : dr. Hall's Great Discovery, cures all $l. Sold by all druggists.A .
previous. dandruff germs, the parasites would shouts he b* elected conntr judge that.j I kidney and bIa.idetrouble5, removes

multiply all the quicker for lack of air. he will soon discover that it rrquir gravel l. cures diabetes, seminal emissions BARGAIN IN LUMBERWe

California had a tremendous orange Baldness would ensue as the final re- a m.n of tralr.f-i legal mind to f.l! that.,) weak and lame backs have a large quantity of secondhand Homelike and Comfortable. .

crop. Up to July 14 there had been sult. e\\bro's Herpicide kills these office. 0 T. Green i iChairman tism and all irregularities of rheuma-I lumber of ali kinds which we will Hotel Directly on the Atlantic Beach. .

shipped ::!.,361 cars and although this germs and stimulates unhealthy ha'rto of V[ "tlr.1f|; BAT Pasting';' neys and bladder in both men and wo sell! cheap and on terms to suit cus- Surf Bathing and Sea Fishing Unsurpassed.
Thirty Steps from Big Pa vilion and Great Ocean Pier
year's crop was estimated to be less abundant growth. Herpicide is a Resolution. men. Regulates uladder troubles in i tomer. Ditto & Maloney. :

than that of 1904 it will exceed it. The pleasant hair dressing as well a!?! a j children. If not sold by your druggist I Sea

freight on this fruit was $8,703,705, the dandruff cure.and contains not an atom I NOTICE TO THE NEEDY will be sent by mail on receipt of S 1. I SECTIONAL BOOK CASESWe Foods a Specialty. \\

Icing per box 20c. The price receivedby of injurious substance. Sold by leading Or.e small bottle is two months treat- i j have just received a large an3: |2 PER DAY. SPECIAL BY THE WEEK

the growers was 7253137.50, or 12 druggists. Send 10(. in stamps for Any worthy person in need of clothing ment and seldom fails to perfect a cure. handsome line of Glote Warcicke sectional -

per cent: less than the railroads got. sample to Herpicide Co., Detroit, Mich. can be supplied by calling at the I Dr. E. W. Hall, sole manufacturer. book cases, in golden and Danish Address HORACE F. STEWART.

This state of affairs is causing great Tydings & Co. Special Agents, Ocala, residence of Mrs \\'. J. ('ham"" ", front o. box 6::::?, St. Luis M'o. Send for oak finish, and in plain and l leaded ,

kicking among the growers. I I Fla. the box >.f the King's Daughters. i :siiiionuls. Sold by a'.l druggists. I'glass fronts. Mclver & MacKay GOODALL, FLORIDA. \


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and other places are destroying Notwithstanding the yellow fever -. -. ,

meet tonight. the mosquitoes in their ponds by scar and the wet or dry agitation interest -. -'- -- ---. -

pouring kerosene oil on the water Why in the library contest has nut

Elks meet Tuesday night. does not the city board of health of and FELLOWOEAET slackened, as the following record of

Ocala do the same thing. A gallon ofjI i the vote will show
Mrs. Grover is sick.
Spencer i I oil would be sufficient to cover Tay- ELKS . . . . . .218.W9

j lor'.s pond .and is absolute death to Eptt01 th League. . . .203071

K. of P. meet Monday night. I mosquitoes. A less quantity would The Best Fitting and Best Wearing Ocala High School! . . .1:5.6JJ::

Fresh Buttermilk at Taylor's.Fresh over any other pond about town. Onepplicalion Public Library . .. . 9.993 .

lasts for some time. Try Shoes to be Had for Howard Academy . ., 29.s54

Cracker Jack at Taylor's. it. It will decrease our supply of mos- Marion County Hospital 12.2J1:!

(I UltOefl'. Rifles . .. . .. 11 225

Telephone 153.;; Hermitage Dairy. ---- Masons . . . .. .. 6.4U7

SUCCESSFUL FISHERMEN SS.oO and: $ 4. Firemen ,. . .. 1,137

Beavers meet tomorrow evening.

M I r Messrs. M. E. Robinson. Hamp WOODMEN AT MARTEL

You save on Ribbons at the Fair. Chambers, Harry Precht. George Williams -
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and J. W. Dutton of Newcastle, Ten Ocala people went out to Martel

Chocolate Puffed Rice at "Taylor's. went to Silver Springs yesterday morning last evening in a big carryall from

took the naptha launch and went ri A. Standley & CVs. stables to attend -

Good Quality every time at the Fair. down l the run to enjoy the day in fish- HELVENSTON PASTEUR COMPANY the meeting of the thriving new

ng. They had good luck catching between camp of Woodmen recently installedat

OJJ Fellows meet Tuesday evening. 3'"', and 4')0' bream. A sump was that place by Organizer C. H. Danif

made at noon and the "grub u After the business of the evening, at \
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August Clearance Sale is <>n at the
peiied, 10'' of the fish were 10Ckt-r"l which three new members were initiated -
everyone .eaten the balance being I WEATHER FORECAST J. E. CHACE.DEf'1T was completed the good citizens of NETiSMONI

brought home and distributed among Mattel threw open the doors of a grocery -
Mr. C. I. Rittinger went to Oxford
riends. A large turtle was also caught Washington. Augnt 4,-Partly cloudy store and told the buys to eat
last night.A AL SURGEON
and served in soup at the Montezuma tonight; Saturday ..howers.Welch's any and everything they saw and fan-

for dinner today.OCALA tied. The and madea
buys were hungry
full line ')f cigars ana tobacco. Ty- Office Upstairs Commercial Bank
dings & ("o. grape Juice always on hand Building, Ocala Florida. big hule in the stock A cool drink ,

HOUSE CAFE for family trade at the Postoff'ce and refreshment stand was then treated -

At Rhainauer's, Hammocks from Drugstore. TERMS, CASH.R. in a like manner. Those who went .
Opposite A. C. L. passenger depot, :snow .
$t.50 to $15.Lowney's -- out from Ocala were M. Rubin, P. V
open under new management and
Have, you\ seen those little alcohol Lea\engood. C H. Dame P. A. Stand- \
first class in every respect. A la carte
Candies, received fresh l.y I stoves at the Postofflce Drugstore. Just D. FULLER L. F. BLALOCK try, }1. W. McDd\. Ed Pittman Clifford -
or meals to regular boarders ?C per I
express, at Taylor's.At week the months. the thing for these hot days, and heap Hayes Har\e\ Clark. F. H. Miller
through summer
loo. Costs you 75c. for the stove and FULLER & BLALOCK and Mr. Maecker of Tampa.Mr. .
Whiteside & Troxier,
Rheinauer's, Caihing Suits for 2c. an hour to run it.

ladies men and boys. Proprietors. DENTAL SURGEONSOffices .... R. Pa.shleyke president of 1

Mrs.!; R Alston Rhodes, who has beenin the: Northern and Southern Lumber

Gents' Patent Elastic Seam Draw- WILLOW GOODSWe the city several days, visiting her over Munroe & Chambliss Bank Company at Cornell, was in the city today AUG.1J 7TH.We

ers 31c.! at the Fair.K. have just received a good many father Dr. I) .M Smith, returned to OCALA, FLA. to consult a phjsician }Ir. P. expectS -
articles in the newest designs of willow -
:' her home in Jacksonville today. to go t.. his old home in New

M, I.seman of Jacksonville 1 Is at I goods such as chairs rockers Terms Cash York in about ten Jays for a rest. I ..
Montezuma today. ouches, settees tete-a-tete chairs etc.,
The prettiest line of rugs that we
making our stock of these goods the
have ever shown has just been received. LOW ROUND TRIP RATES FOR RENT AND \I.E-lO;; acres I
I. \\'. Walker of BelleUew: was at complete and piettlest in to be
Ocala Furniture; Company of fine pasture: to rent until January
the Montezuma today. found in the ('ount).. Mclver & Mac- II .FROM OCALA VIA 19ofl. ana ten good mules and implements 1.1 Must Sell More Goods Than

Dr. Daniels continues to improve. for a ten-horse farm for sale;
Mr. fleu. W. Martin left today for -
He is under. Dr. Smith's treatment and 21)1) bushels of Florida oats two tons of
New York, to buy ghU.) Any Day of this Sale. As an
NOTICE TC THE PUBLIC it is a very sick man indeed that Dr. $18.25-Monteajle, Tenn.-Tickets soil sheaf oats and two tons of loose hay.Apply .

Smith cannot cure.Nunnally's Aug. \>, G and 7, with final limit Aug. to W. G, Mathis, Box 726,

At Rheinauer's, Patent MosquitoNets During the illness and enforced absence :21, but by payment of difference between Fla. Ol'al.1'l Inducement for You to Visit Our

low .
at special price? from the store of Mr. D. E. :Mc- the rate at which ticket was I
candies fresh every week

ver. the undertaking and embalming a bv express, and only COco per pound. sold and summer tourist rate from Bob Sanders, one of the unique
Mr' Taltuii. veteran citizen of Anthony department of the business is in charge point at which ticket was isued t) I Store on This Day We Will Give
You don't have to pay for the namein character' of the county was in town ,
was in town today. if Mr. Albert E Owens licensed and
a embalmer Monteagle return extension of
buying these goods and there is no today from Dunnellon. He: said he had
and undertaker, and one of the final limit can be secured to Oct. 31
Jno. S. Pediick of Cornella" better candy sold in this market. Sold the time of his life with his Ocala j
up est informed and most skillful inns by depositing ticket with
men joint agentat
this afternoon busings. and recommended by the Postoffice friends on the: Gulf Coast.
profession in the state. Phone 200 l, Drugstore.The Monteagle. I 25c. Corset 25c. Corset

at the Savoy.IF .
Mrs. Kunze returned this afternoon $34.05 Eureka Springs, Ark. Are you Interested in photography? 5 0

from a visit to Thomas\ille. GA. Palmetto Park Farm shipped $42.10-Washington, D. C. Ticketsets Do you enjoy the many pleasures that
YOU ARE TRAVELINGOr the Lee-Parsons" Cattle
yesterday to Covers. Covers.To
sold daily good until October 31. come from the use of a little kodak? .
going to travel, don't fail to Company. Kissimmet, the 2->"earoldregistered
We are headquarters for fancy box. ee"our $51.15-Chicago, III-Tickets on sale Let us do your developing and printingfor

caper, tablets, etc. Ocala News Co. line of trunks all kinds sizes and bulls, four Shorthorn and I daily good until October 31. you. We will do It reasonably. the First Fifty Customers Entering our Store

prices; also'ailes., satchels, suit cases one: Hereford. They were hue cattle)I[ much less than you have been pay

Children's iron cribs, several styles etc The best line and most attractive and are the second shipment to Messrs. $34.75-Eldoraao, Mo. Tickets sold on ing. Give us a trial. J. W. Sylvester, After 9 a. m.

now In. Ocali Furniture Company.Mr. : prices' in Florida. Mclver & Mac- Lee and ['a u.suns. These gentlemen first and thud Tuesdays of Augustand 84 Wenona street, or Ocala News Com

Kay. are also large owners of sheep and September, final limit sixty dajs pany.

John Mink has returned from have recently bought a number of registered from date of !sale, not later than October -

Green Springs and St. Peteisburg. Shropshire rams fur their 31.
WALL PAPER a }Ir. Z. r Chambliss who -spent a !

ranch. I $85.90-Portland, Oregon Seattle I week in the KIss lnmet' section, returned -
Lou Halley returned this afternoon WHY YOUR DOLLARS do DOUBLE DUTY ,
If you wish wick done In the wall pa- Washington TacomaYaghlngton,1 home jesterday and went on to
from an outing at Indian Springs Ga LOST-A mileage book containing
i-er line let us send our man with samples Bellingham Jacksomille. He returned to oe.Uathiimorning.
fifto, miles of transportation lost in
for jour inspection Washington, Victoria B. C., VanCouver .
At Rheinauer's, a Fine Selection of Ocala last Saturday afternoon or Sun
DITTO & MALONEY. B. C. Going via any direct route, Because We Will Sell
Bureau, Saratoga and Steamer Trunk:, day. Leave same at the Star office.
returning via same or any other direct FOR SALE-Young cow with young
Contains name of J. P. ISuie.
Combs brushes sponges and all oth- LEARN TELEGRAPHYAND route. Tickets on sale daily to calf. Cow now gives three gallons! of -

er toilet articles. Tydings and Com R. R. ACCOUNTING J. G. Ferguson returned today fromSeabreeze September 30. inclusive.! milk per day and can be ought up to

pany. $86.20-To San FrancIsco-and LosAngeles four. Will sell cheap. Apply to C. A. Hemmed Pillow Cases for
where he has been enjoying* 20C Pure Silk Ribbon, 4 1-4 inches I5c 9c
$;,0 to $;;;111)) month Reddat.
a salary assured city.
California. Tickets sale:
a vacation. He looks healthy and happy on wide assorted colors for ioc
Mrs. T. E. Biggs and rhildien have our graduates under bond. Our sixschools I Hem-stitched I Pillow Cases
Mrs. Ferguson and Ray will remain at intervals in months of July, Au- 2oc. ,
gone to Brevard N e., to spend a few the largest in America and endorsed Dolt Douglass, south of town attended -
at Seabreeze some weeks longer. gust and September. 6c Fast Colored Calicoes, Light I for I2c
eeks. by all railroads.'rite for cat- ( the Oxford picnic today but returned -
$28.30-Cheap Rates to Hot Springs, Patterns, for 4C
alogue. More School of Telegraphy, at noon because of the down- 5c. Ladies Hem-stitched Handker-

A fresh stock of Lownej's candies in Cincinnati 0., Buffalo, X. Y., Atlanta, WANTED hustler for local agent i Ark.-Round trip tickets on sale via I I pour of ram. 6c. Fast Colored Fancy Lawns, chiefs, for 2C
all sized packages just received at for the American Life Insurance Co.Salary the Atlantic Coast Line to Hot
(Ja I.i Ciosse. Wis.. Texaikana, Tex.: ,
Taylor's.We San F'rarciscu, Cal. I and commission. Apply to J. Springs' Ark., $31.55, good for sixty We have some very handsome rug for 33-4 ioc. Ladies' Ribbed Vests, Fully

F. Hooper, district manager, Ocali, dajs. Tickets sold first and third and art squares for parlor, sitting and ioc. 40 inch wide Lawn for, 5c taped for 6c

are offering some Bargains in THE VERONA INN Fla. tf. day of July, August and September. dining room. Ask to see them. Ocala

books, novelties, etc., at the Ocala Tickets on Sale Daily, Good to Return Furniture Company. Sc. Checked Ginghams, assorted ioc. Ladies' black ribbed hose for

News Co. The Verona Inn. situated on the bluff The Star is informed that the temperance October 31 colors, for 4 i-2c 7c

at Clearwater Fla.. has over thirty !people of Jacksonville, who are $51.31-Asbury Park, N. J. Santos has a new freight depot. It

This Is kodak weather. We sell ko bedrooms and has all modern conveniences uttetlj hOI..I."s that Duval county vvill $49.35-Atlantic City, N. J. is erected on the west side of the SA 5c. twenty-five inch White Cam 40C. Ladies' Muslin Skirts for 24C

daks and kodik. things. The l' stolTkf> as it was built strictly for a I ever go dry will help the Marion l.oun-I $52.55-Chautauqua. N. Y. I. track. The old one which was bric, for 3 i-2c 25c. Ladies' Muslin Drawers 19c
tourist hotel ind is open now for the t y prohibitionists, with money $62.20-Halifax, N. S. wrecked a month ago stood on the

first time as a summer resort house. skilled orator : .t2.35-Hot Springs, Va. east side of the track 2oc Plain White Lawn, for 8c Ladies Muslin Gowns for
Giiffm of Duunelloii returned today SQC. 37c
I The Inn is setting the best summer table i $54.05-Niagara Falls, N. y I
Colored Lawns for
from a professionalKit to Middletow I ioc. 5c
n. on the West Coast. The fishing, PHONE 150, HERMITAGE DAIRY.Don't $59.20-Saratoga Springs, N. Y. The finest and most complete stock 5oc. Ladies' Muslin Chemise, 36c
bathing and Clearwater of perfumes, toilet soaps and cosmeticsIn
boating at are
12 12C'hite Nainsook for 8c
I Summer Tourist Rates saleto ,
the best on the Gulf side. The place I go to Jacksonville for your I are on the city, at Tydings and Company.Dr. I. 25c. Ladies' Muslin Corset Coversfor
The all Summer Resorts.
temperance rally was moily attended -
Give order twel"ehours .
is notably healthy, and is cooled by the I cream. us your 12 i-2c. Colored Corded Percales ioc
last night on aumint of theheavy For further information call uponor E. W. Frazee. the optician who
before hand and get the best
breezes from the Gulf on the west and i and) Madras for 8cc.
..a In;;. I write to was with Dr. Likins in Ocala for a
Tampa Bay six miles off on the east. put up right Anti-Monopoly Drug- I ioc. Bleached Bath Towels, size
store. J. Maughs!' F. J, Huber, month, is now visiting the communities -
The famous Green Springs mineral ; Embroidery Edging for 4c 16x36, for 70
We will deliver "a brick of rrE'am'
C. T. A., D .T. A. south on the line of the S. A. L.

Aft any time. Just phone the AntiMoiiopoly water is brought to the hotel daily: Dr. Thomas' rll'oukeJYht'at Biscuit Ocala, Florida He is now at Oxrurd.Giles' ioc. Embroidery Insertion for
5ci Linen Towels double
by the mail carrier. The rates by 35c. ,
Drugstore. J. S. Hartsetl. D. P. A., Tampa, Fla.
ill'ure of stomach
\\ case or
week or month are very reasonable. any hemstitched, size 19x42, for l6c2oc.
liver trouble or indigestion. Eat a''i -- --- --- noodyard has the largest sup I $ Bcd Spreads, full! size for 59c
\\'. \\'. Olyatt went to the lake this Write to C. W. Joseph. Proprietor, ply of stove and fireplace wood in the

afternoon to shad| Sunday with hip! Clearwater. Fla. null biscuit three times a day andyou I town. Three wagons running. Prompt i I $I.25 Iced Spreads, with Fringe, Pure Linen Huck Towels, size

will soon lie well and strong and COUNTRY delivery and large loads. for : 18x38. for nc.
wife and friends. 790
SILK HATS I rapidly' gain in tle-h. For sale by Ty BUTTERIThirty ,, a I i I

dings & Co.Picnickers. The Misses Snowden of near Lake ,
When in need of anything in fancy
I have just leceived an advance fall I Cuwho, have been the guests of }lr.1,
china, dnner: sets, crockery of any kind Cents a Pound.
shipment of the new and beautiful silk can now carry cream with I and }II s. B. Weathers. their untie

try the Ocala News Co. hats, in all of the coitus and shades. them and have real hard cream all day. and aunt for several weeks, returned' TO MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY YOU
One indeti-
two will
or quarts keep
Mrs. Herbert Oook tame in from The ladies are invited to call early and NABISCO WAFERSMARSHMALLOW home this afternoon over the SAL.

see the pretty goods Mrs. Minnie A. nitely.! Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
Pulotko this afternoon to visit her
sinter Miss Lillian Frost. lotiik. the Milliner. DAINTIES Buy a "brick" Ice cream In layers,
}Ir. J. W. Crosby came up last night CHEESE SANDWICH ARE LOSING MONEY.
as hard as is possible to make. Just I
from Bartow Junction and left todaywith
Jo'OR1."rn Oldsmobile runa- CREAMERY BUTTER BUTTER THIN BISCUIT the thing for small families.! AntiMonopoly -
I his family for Saluda. X C.,
bout and a Queen touring oar. Condition 25 CENTS A POUNDThe 'I' where Mrst'rc, bv and the children GRAHAM CRACKERS Drugstore.
guaranteed. H. O Jones.
Carmichael & Son Co. will the UNEEDA MILK BISCUIT
keep constantly spend ummer this
I Mr Ix-ter and wife came up Sale Begins At
on hand receiving! a fresh supply LEMON SNAPS afternoon from Mulberry. Polk county
The purest and finest toilet soaps. a every two da>'s. delicious, pure FOR REXT-Desirable cottage be-
SALTINE Mr Lester having disposed of his timber -
large stock of the best goods alwayson BISCUIT
ft>t.rgia.eamt'ry butter. 23 cents longing to Major T. C. Hall, on Elchel-
hand. Tj dings and Company.Mr. per and turpentine interests at that
I pound kept on ice. Phone Xo. 37. berber Heights. Apply to Troy hail ALBERT BISCUIT j
I Merchants' block. Terms reasonable. VANILLA WAFERS place. 9:00 O'CLOCK A. M.
James Badger was in town to-I SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY I I I :
Ja>. Mr ISadser Is one of the extensive II Crown Dandruff Cure will keep the ,
Mrs T. \" Troxier and children returned -
cattle ownersof Marion. calp clean if used according< to direc !
Special RatesSAX home last night. They have I .
o7K.GROCERY tions. Made and sold by the Postoffice I
been absent five week The first
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Miss Fannie Robinson !leaves tomorTOW FRANCISCO AXD LOS AXGE- portion Drugstore. -_ I
I of their visit \ aspent in Bom-
for Savannah to jt\in a house LKS. Rate JS010. Tickets soil cer-
fay. Fla. and the latter I
part in Bru-
ty and spend a month on the sea r' tain dates. April 10 tc August 14. Miss Shelley Souter of Sparr left -THE-

inc. final return limit 90 days from ton Ala Mrs Troxier' mother. Mrs this aft'-1! noon for Bartow near whi-h

Do; you wish to purchase a home, or I date of sale, not to exceed November Barter a former resident of Ocala ,:: 1,1.1"h... will be principal of a s<'ho,,i! I
accompanied her home.A .
are you looking for an investment? If I I 30. I I F.-\\ oung l a lies are as well prpail I

eo. let us tell you about our bargains. !I CLARK BROS. Proprietors to t..a..h the Jung idea how to .h..1 ,
DITTO & MALONEY. ,I! PHONE 150, HERMITAGE DAIRY little forethought:; may save you I,
I Ino end of trouble as Muss Souter. I
Anyone who makes II
it a rule to keep Chamberlain's ColuCholera Phone 174 I YAFI ETY STORE.LIBRARY
FOR 'ALE-A Franklin typewriter
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and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand !
cost $;5; new style and used very lift! -. ; .
knows thi to tot a fact. Sold! by the
SELF PAYING r"ptoitue Drugstore.Two J15 cash, or J20:! on time. Apply qui, "

MEN ONLY at this offic I

sizes of those famous Nashville I i
INSURANCE. I ('. L Be\il! and G, O B.\'jil. ,:
LIFE I ranges. "The Piince.-." have jut beenreceived I Are Requested Not to Read This, As It __- __ '-0 -- .. - --
Webster dud 4. F Venablr "f This fine and there is Ladies .
( is
I range Intended fr the ; ---- -- ---
Hill are guests of the Montezuma
-- j none better i is :25! per cent cheaper I
Whose attention we invite to our peculiar I I
j than any other range of its value. The ''
adaptability: to progressive Just received at the Ocala News Co..
Ocala Furniture Company. I 'I' "
C. A. REDDITT I I cabinet-making:, and trust they will allow a choice lot af fireproof bowls and

w I us to furnish estimates on anything earthenware of all kinds. Call and see

I Was in Poor Health TOP YearsIra i iI in carpentry needed In their it.

Room No. 5.'Gary Building. W. Kelley of Mansfield Pa. '!, homes. VOTING COUPON.
I I Nothing too small rOt us; nothing too
writes: "I was in poor health for two Do you suffer with asthma or catrrrh -
Large. This entities the holder to two votes that can be cast for Institution
--- --- i : coupon ; any
i year suffering from kidney and bladder Art Noveau ? Then use Adam's Cure. Price,
Our cum(.'e'.'.g for the: library when properly filled out. signed and r.-
trouble. and spent; considerable: 5Cc. Satisfaction guaranteed. For
Combination Chests and Sett-es are I :urnei to the ballot boxes In any of the stores participating.
DISTRICT MANAGER FORFmmTY money lonsultui physician: :' without I sale by Tydings & Co.
becoming universal favorites In Ocala: i
obtaining any marked benefit but wa '
: HIT cured Foley's Kidney Cure, and I!, low in price but high in efficient use- The city council met Thursday night Name of Ir.Etitution.arne .

))11U1[ : l [ nit\ t: 10 I desire the to cause add of my restoring testimony: the that health It maybe of\i:j',. jlness. J.A McNEALY postal will &bring CO.,us. and passed ordinances: the new which and will revised be printedin sanitary i iI :\ o/ Voter .. .. .. ............ ... .... .. ................. .

others" Refuse substitutes Sold by ,I:|I "The Ones That Don't Wait" pamphlet form The matter of the I EVENING STAR.

PHILADELPHIA, PA he P.)Stuffuce Drt store. I i No. 12 Fort King Avenue. J I! tax bucks a..s held up fur a. short tin !



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The Food That Does Good :iI
Sudden and Mysterious Deathof Mr. i Very Low Rats: Round Trip Summer
Pierce Proctor j Tourist TicketsOn

Miss Lula Odcll, one of Oxford'smost sate daily to various resorts North

.)x> First Class Meals I charming young ladies, has returned and West limited to October 31 to return -'i e

t from an extended visit to including CHICAGO MILWAP- '

I Plant City and Lakeland. The Cod Liver Oil Emulsion! "Par EicZnce" for 1. KEE MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL,!

CAREFULLY PREPARED LUNCHESDining Miss Ella Snowden of Plant City is Cough Cold, Influenza Bronch tis. L* Grip, j I[DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and j jj II

visiting her sister, Mrs. Tom Bailry. '!: Sore Throat and Lungs Catarrh. Pneumonia, |j PUEBLO. II j

near Oxford. j Consumption au-i a.. Pu.monary Diseases: All I Extremely Low Rates to Portland, Ore. : TUM fUEK
Druggists, wn sizes. 50c and $1. :I
Room open until midnight. Personal Mr. O. D. Owen left Monday for i Account I Lewis & Clark Centennial Exposition -
Lakeland: with the expectation of locating TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY MAILto
attention given to special orders, anythingthe ; also to SAN FRANCISCOand
I there. all sending name and addres to FftrSiftf LiversA
market offers prepared for the table
on Mrs. Willis of Savannah and Mrs. ]
OZOM'JLSION: CO. 98 Pine Street.New York ONLY LINE operating through
short notice. Stevens of McIntosh are visiting:; their I sleepers from Florida to Chicago.

r I parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Griggs.Mr. ONLY LINE operating through
Dumb Waiter Connects With Bar andfamily YORK PURELY VEGETABLE
and Mrs. J. T. Laveigne sleepers from Florida to St. Louis with

left: Monday for a month's visitto York boasts of the following; mer- DINING CAR SERVICE. -COMPOUND----
Skilled Cooks Attentive Waiters and Choice Viands. their old home in Mineola. chants: J. S. Mann Thomas Russell, I .
Through Tourist Sleepers to California
Miss Sallie Gardner returned: from a S. A. Agnew and P. J. Harrison.P. CONSTIPATION, DYSPEP.,

Special Price to Regular Boarders pleasant visit at Rock Springs accompanied J. Harrison and family have recently FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS I QUICKLY CURES SI A, MALARIA. CHILLS and

by her sister. Mrs. O. E. moved here from Leesburg.One Finest Dining Car Service in the South j jI ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS.A .

Martin and Master Reuben.: of our dusky woM choppers got I ASK FOR TICKETS VIA L & N. GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by

I THE CARMIOHAEL & SON GOAt Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Laveigne of Coleman full 6f booze last Saturday evening.1 I For rates and schedules to any point I II TORPID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle purchased -

I spent: Sunday with relatives here. Result: Ninety days on the hard road.'I North or West, and for Pullman reservations today may save you a sick spell tomorrow.

The Oxford High School opens Au- r. B. B.K-OI and family of this place I E.
call on or write George
McG-rathi's Stand gust 7. have moved to McDonald[ Siding. N. C. Herring, Fla. Pass. Agt. L & N. R. R. CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER
A nice new sidewalk is being built Thomas Russell. Miss Carrie Gillis Jacksonville FAILED
I from the S. A. L. depot" to the r.o't'f-I and Miss Carrie Barnes went to Ju
Mrs W. A. Whitewell Emory Tex.,
fice. : liette Sunday. A handsome: line or new and stylish writes: "My child had chills and fever

J. R. MARTIN & CO. The Pleasant:; Grove school opened! Misses; Ina and Annie Russell and I iron beds just received. Ocala Fur-. for foar years. We tried all kinds of

Monday with Miss:; Mary McBeath of Julia Cuthert went to Ocala Monday. niture Company. medicines, and finally an acquaintance of

Oxford as teat her. I James Gillis was in Ocala ____._ ___ _i i mine recommended Herbine. We used

Our community was much shocked I). W. Ormsby went to { londaY.1 I three bottles, and the child it now complete :

when our community received the THE COLORED PEOPLE'S I I !,-cured. You have my permission
day.J. this testimonial as I cheer-
GENERAL LIVERYMENFine news last Sunday of the sad and untimely K. Harrison went to Ocala Tues- I to publish mother
DEPARTMENTRev. fully recommend Herbine to
death of one of Pedro's day. Dick.A having children afflicted. mine."

est young m -n. Mr. I'if-rce bright-I GENUINE
of Mr and Mrs. M. M. WORM KILLERJ. J. E. A. Keeler, Editor.

Carriages, Boggles and Traps went up to Ocala Friday night on the I BALLARD SHOW LINIMENT CO

express with a party of friends. They A. J. Montgomery, Puxico, WayneCo. The way of the transgressor is hard.I ST. LOUIS, U. S. A.
Drummers, Carryalls Saddle Horses, etc. missed the train Saturday night so ., Mo.. writes: "I have little twin
hired a hack to bring the mhome..1 girls who have been bothered with Ed Bishop continues seriously ill.

When a short distance from Pedro worms all their lives. I tried every- Call and see him.

FINE VEHICLES FAST HORSES they dismissed the carriage, each going thing to relieve them. which failed un- SOLD IND RECOMMENDED BY ALL DRUGGIS'lS.
II The excursion to St. Augustine on
: I his separate way on foot. Mr. Proctor til I tried White's <(<'ream Vermifuge. s
the &th has been called off. No more
started to an uncle's passing ) The first two doses brought four
Horses and Mules for Sale. Horses lr'l I excursions till further orders.
I Rufus Perry't house on the way. .. worms from one of them, the next two
Boarded by the Month at Special Rate. ter in the afternoon Mr. Perry hu'ndred, onl 1 djses.: twelve, one of them measuring FOR \LI--\ good secondhandcook d'L/ikBeerisGood forYou 0
walking down the road a few
I twelve inches; the other child was onlyrelieved stove. No. 7, with pipeA bar-
yards found the dead body of Mr. .
of f'lurH.rms. It is a most
gain. Apply! to R. R. Carroll, Star of-
Proctor in the road. There were no|: excellent mt>oiicine'" I
J. R. MARTIN & CO. fice. !
I marks of violence on the body and White's Cream Veimifuge is good I I

I the coroner's jury rendered verdict of fur children. 'For" fomiortable lodging and good f The malt is a food; the hopsa

"death from an unknown cause.; Mr. It not only destroys worms, but helps meals call at the Mack House. Terms

Proctor was young man of about :20! the child to iTfett growth, wards off very reasonable. Mrs. Melissa Mack tonic. The alcohol-only 31, per centisan

I years of age and had a promising future sickness. proprietress.Keep healthful
aid to digestion; a stimulant.
I before him as one of Florida'steachers. II Sold by all druggist! .
His sad death cast a shadow I in memory the grand festivalat
Schlitz Beer is brewed with the extreme of
I everyone and the sympathy of the Odd Fellows hall tonight. Refreshments ,
At Rheinauer's the Latest Styles ofLadies' and music in abundance. Admission cleanliness cooled in filtered air and
I entire community goes out to the family -
I Low Shoes, made by Utz & I'
Piano ; regular price iI j jIf
Upright in their bereavement.: The funeral -
Dunn and Wickart & Gardiner. every bottle is sterilized.
services took place in the Oxford I
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you want a bargain in shoes,
graveyard, where he was buried Monday dress goods, house and kitchen furnish- It is one of the best things in the world for you.
I L.1IJEXANDERPractical ing goods, visit! the New Racket Red I
$239 i The open air concert and !Ice cream i I' Tag and Mid-Summer ClearanceSale. It does not ferment on the stomach, because it
supper given by the Oxford Literary
:; We are going to give you real
and Social Club, at the residence of'' is aged-aged for months in refrigeratingrooms
Prof and Mrs. T. J. [CBeath, on Fri- II CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful I
before it is marketed.
day afternoon was a decided success. call at B. F. Golland's barber shops!
The house: was beautifully decorated estimates made on all contract for a first class shave, hair cut, It gives bee without biliousness. AskLyour
I I II sham-I you
with vines, ferns moss red and white work. Gives more and better work I>oo, etc. Razors put in

I roses and pot flowers. Delightful music for the money than any other in town. class shape, and satisfaction guaranteed I doctor \\ hat he thinks about drinking

was rendered by Mr. Louis Bailey i in every particular. North Mag- beer. Ask for

JEWELERS. II of WiMwood ably assisted by Mr. F. nolia St., near the S. A. L.Rt'garding For sale by

A. McCook and F.hrin Wicks. A Brewery Bottling.TheCamg' ,
= ---== prize
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of Howard
The the enlargement -
I was awarded to the young lady whose
Academy, if the people would put
table realized the largest receipts, and
Miss Edna Griggs was the lucky win- forth some strenuous efforts for the Beer That Made Milwaukee Famous

LUMBeR ner. A large and beautiful cake was PortlandExposition accomplishment( of the same; they

voted to the prettiest and most popular would soon fet outside help but everyone -

young lady present. Miss Annie Wades I seems to be contented and sitsnuietly

of Ocala was the happy recipient.: A'' waiting for something to turn

large crowd was present .and all expressed up. School will soon open, and not a

ROUGHoeDRESSEDSee themselves as being well pleased single effort put forth on this line. Atlantic Coast LineTHROUGH

I with the evenings entertainment. I Watch it.Wh"n .
Blue Bird. 1ST
or Phone a persons fails to pay his obligations -
he does not know how man.1)
he is disapiKiinting, for '
eople l many
B..H. SEYMOURPHONE I instantly relieved amt perfectly Are You Going people contract debts, intending to pay I
healed by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. C.
the same with what you promise, andwhen
Rivenbark, Jr., of Norfolk Va., writes: To Hit the Trail? you disappoint them you block CONNECTIONS

NO. 25. Ocala Fla "I burnt my knee dreadfully; that it the whole business, and cause them to TO THE EAST Over Its own rails to Savannah. Charleston Richmond
blistered all Bucklen's Arnica
BE CAREFULIn have a bad name. All Rail and Washington, th ence via Pennsylvania Ry.
Salve stopped the pain and healed it I
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without a scar." Also heals all wounds I elt'ctingour route west of the Bishop Isaac W. Jo\t-e. D. D., L.L. D. 70 THE WEST (Via Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville and Dixie

and sores. 23c.! at the Anti-Monopoly Mississippi! River. I of the Methodist! Episcopal church, Flyer route via Atlanta.TO .

Drugstore.; died! Friday, July :28! at the home of I
CHINESE LAUNDRY I SEE WONDERFULScenic his son. Col.! Frank M.I Joyce at Minneapolis THE EAST Via Say. & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York, Philadelphia

SOUTH LAKE WEIR Minn., from a paralytic stroke and Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New York, Washington

Colorado as you Go-Entertain' sustained July ::!. while preaching that Via and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants and Miners

LEE HONG, PROPRIETOR. Mr. K. L. Ricker came down from ing, Enlightening, Satisfying !Sunday morning at Red Rock camp Transportation Com pany for Baltimore and Philadel

i Jacksonville Sunday to visit his mother MAN ITOU, meeting. His end was a peaceful one. Steamship phia.

Tin: VERY BEsT I.AI'SPRY SERVICE OBTAIXABLK: IX OCALA. Mrs. B. B. Ric-ker. for a few da 's'l PIKE'S PEAK, He was the fortieth bishop of the old
I KEY WEST and HAVANA ..Via Pentnsutar ana Occidental Steamship Co.
Work taken day of the wk and returned the third fourth Mr. S. N. Dillard began: taking the COLORADO SPRINGS (church and died after seventeen yearn"
every or day thereafter. Route of the celebrated trains, New York -nd Florida Special, Florida
Collar and cutt4 dune up Troy,stiff and gloss;aNo;;faiioy timing and ruffling June in the census for this precinct Monday.Mr. I ROYAL GORGE, service in the bishopric. The degreesof
and West Indian Limited, Chicago and Florida Limited and Dixie Flyer.
neatest and l*"t m&llIl..r.lnd at for shortest u..t\{.... I H. W. Douglass( Mr. Morton BLACK CANON D. D. and L.L. D., conferred upon

All good C.U. b. Called for and delivered free of charge tioxd.i left to be washed and Douglass and wife, Mr. Robert Douglass TENNESSEE PASS, him from the leading universities and Quickest schedules, superior service. For Information as to rates, schedules

not called fur in 10 days will be sold .1 Miss Lola Douglass, Miss Kate CANON OF THE GRAND, colleges of America were numerous. etc., consult the purple folder or communicate with J. S. Hartsell, D. P.

Family Washing Reasonable Prices. Buhl and brother and Mr. Sam Phillips MARSHALL PASS, He was quite a favorite among the A.. Tampa; W. J. Craig, G. P. A.; H. M. Emerson, T. M., Wilmington N. C.
I have returned to Shady after a pleasant GLENWOOD SPRINGSand colored membership of the church and

I week at the Chase place. SALA LAKE CITY they lament his death. Thus we pas*,I -- -. -- -_ .

Don't' Lose Ticket e Return all Unsattsfactoiy Work I IMOXTEZl' Mr. E. L. Ricker went to umll1f'r- Are All on This Line great and !small to the great beyond

field Monday.Miss I and stand in review b..forE.God..
Gertrude Simpson and brother. WRITE MH what time you will be
Frank returned to Weirsdale Saturday likely to make the trip. It may be FRAUD EXPOSED

--- i after staying a week with the crowd to our mutual advantage. I the-

at the Chase place.Mr A few counterfeiters have lately
I II : and :Mrs. William DeFoe of RATES DIFFER on different days. been making and: trying to sell imita-!
I Wlldwood are staying with Dr. Ham- LET ME ARRANGE your trip. Divers tions of Dr. Kings New Discovery for

mond's family at the McCready place."! routes allowed. Consumption. Coughs and Colds, and _

I Mr A. G. Gates:: and family of Ocala other mficineth.reb)' defraudingthe
II visited Mr C. S. Gates and family this public. This is to warn you to beware -

II I week They came down in Mr. G's. SLEEPING CAR RATE (Tourist), St.' of such people, who seek to profit -
I Louis to Portland, J6.50.
through stealing the reputation of Iou Will Want to Travel In the Full Enjoyment: of :Modern
I Boyd of Oxford returned home Missouri remedies which have been successfullycuring SERVICE.SYSTEM-SAFETY

Saturday, after spending several days! Pacific, i. E. REHLANDER, disease for over 35 jears. A
I Just tell the Man Who Writes Out Your Ticket to Make It Read Via the
with Dr. Hammond's family. Denver &. Trav. Pass. Agt. sure protection to you is our name on

Mrs. B. B. Ricker has had her fine I Rio Grande. Chattanooga, Tenn. the wrapper. Look for it, on all Dr. DIXIE FLYER ROUTE
DyspepsiaCure I .
oak trees trimmed, on the street running j i i Kin!;"?, or Bucklen's remedies: as all The Nashville Chattanooga &. St. Louis Railway

north and south. which imrrowillthings others are mere imitations H. E. This Route Takes You Via Atlanta. Chattanooga and Nashville Over the

I considerably. j Bucklen & Co., Chicago, 111., and Windsor Beautiful

I Dr. Hammond of Oxford came otrSaturday _, THE seh Canada. Anti-Monopoly Drug- CUMBERLAND MOUNTAINSIn

to visit his! family. He returned store. a Through Sleeper from Jacksonville! to either= St. Louis or Chicago, where

Gina rest to the stomach. Cures indigestion, dyspepsia, sour the same day. experience direct connections are made with through trains for Portland.
stomach weak )[r. Geo L. Whlpple had quite an TEXAS PACIFIC A BARGAIN IN LUMBERWe Buy a round trip ticket from Jacksonville to Portland JSO.SO, good for
windy puffed stomaeh, nervous with his launch on MondayHe 90 days.
stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A
guaranteed cure. took out a party on 14 1.keeir and so AAILWAY + have a large quantity of secondhand FREE si p-overs at Yellowstone Park, and In the Scenic Colorado's.YOU ,

>TCfM4 tt U* LkW DI...,. What Y.m Cat silo/'U4..IU'" I was < aught in a severe rain storm.They lumber of all kinds which we wPl can return home a different route without any additional cost. For more

a..wr.u.e.s.aa. *.. f A* Brth fist w" u mick, U j were very much in doubt whetherthey fell cheap and on terms to suit cus- complete Information. free maps, etc. write to E. J. WALKER,
$ *. AM. vth.rU"nMSaSOLD i oiuld land or not. but succeedI The tomer. Ditto & Maloney. Fla. Pass Agt., Dixie Flyer Route, Jacksonville, Fla.
Great Eastern
I j in landing above the boat house on
I j the shore. and Western Line NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOP.
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h = Another crowd is expected from the
Section 8 of
Tax T-ed Under Chapter -

i I Brick City Saturday. They will o<.'U- Across the Entire States oJ 4 '5. Laws of Florida. I Railroad Rates Worth Looking OverRound

py the Chase house. Not Ie is hereby given that H.
For Short Vacation Run
a I Mr P. M. Oleson and Mr. Kellum mid Griggs. 1urchar of tax certificate _
went in Ol'alaaturda ". : 77":;, dated the 1st day of June A. D. j j1S

Ove to .":3!, has files said certificate In my l I j trip Convention rates on various: dates until September 23, with
,! THE ONLY WAY TRut'BLh Tu ASsWER Ql'E THJS office. and has made Z plication fo'r !i final limit 90 days, to CALIFORNIA a nd LEWIS AND CLARK EXPOSITION -

I There is no way to maintain the Direct Line to tax deed to issue in accordance with "j PORTLAND OREGON. Senjcent stamp for illustrated booklet,

[ I h. -tlth and strength of mind and body Uw. Said certificate embraces the following -I which is a complete guide to Portland the Exposition and the Northwest

HOT SPRINGS expt by nourishment. There is no NORTH TEXAS described property situated in j Round trip Summer rates to COLORADO AND UTAH until September 30,
w..v to nourish except through the Marion county, Florida. to-wit: N'i' of I
final limit, October 31.
I stomach. The stomach must b* kept ,sets and: sw1 4 of seV sec 19, tp 16, r |I

ARKANSAS I healthy pure and sweet or the strengthwill ;:: ARIZONA 25.: The said land being assessed at the I Round trip Colonist rates to LOUISIANA TEXAS OKLAHOMA and INDIAN -

let down and disease will set up. 1 date of the issuance of such certificatein I TERRITORY each first and third Tuesday.

Very low rates. Dining and Pullman Sleeping Car No appetite loss of strength nervousness and the name of Tropical Land Co., Lt1. I
I Pullman Tourist Cars three days each week from
headache constipation bad CALIFORNIA Unless: said certificate shall be redE.'em-1 I Through Washington.
Service. Tickets on sale daily. I D. C., to San Francisco without change via Atlanta, Montgomery, Mobile anti
breath sour risings rifting indigestion" ed awarding to law, tax deed will issue j
: New Orleans and Southern Pacific, and two cars week from St. Louis to
dyspepsia, and all stomach trouble'| RITE FOR SEW BOOK OF TEX FY.E1'E. thereon on the 5th day of August, A. { a
Pan Francisco C. & A. R. P., an-1 Union Pacific R. R.
t lat are curab'e' are quickly curea"" by D. lSf>5.
Geo. I; LEE
Rock I Island I the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Ko- P. TURNER Witness my official: signature and INFORMATION CHEERFULLY GIVENG.

Gen. Pass. At., Dist. Pass. Agt., dol digests what you eat and strengthens !; General seal this the 3rd day of July, A. D. 1905.
System the whole digestive apparatus. Passenger Agent S. T. Sistrunk W. ELY T. 1*. A. J. F. VAN RENSSALAER,

Little Rock Ark Atlanta Ga. Sold! by the Anti-Monopoly Drug i'

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